Darrell Keith Miller (born February 26, 1958 in Washington, D.C.) is a former Major League Baseball catcher/outfielder, playing from 1984 through 1988. Before being drafted to the major leagues, he played three seasons at California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, California. He played his entire career for the California Angels, the team that drafted him in the 9th round of the 1979 amateur draft. He played in 224 career major league games, batting .241 with 13 doubles, 8 home runs, and 35 runs batted in, in 394 at-bats. As a member of the team in 1986, the Angels advanced to American League Championship Series, losing to the Boston Red Sox.
Connection to Baseball: Post-Retirement 
Defender of Catholicism 
Miller was raised as a Baptist but as an adult converted to Roman Catholicism after studying the history of the church and the Early Church Fathers on the Eucharist and papal authority. He is also a speaker in defense of the Catholic faith sharing his conversion story at Catholic conferences and adult retreats around the world. He attended the first-ever Council on Church and Sports held at the Vatican. He and his wife Kelly led a very successful young adult ministry for 14 years at St. Angela Merici Catholic Church in Brea, California.
He is married to Kelly Miller and has three children; Darrell Jr., Nicole and Cameron.
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